Multilateralism has a role in an evolving world

The climate crisis, Russia’s war in Ukraine and the Covid-19 pandemic have increased levels of poverty

Liverpool receive over 5 000 complaints about Champions League chaos

Reds supporters were tear-gassed and pepper-sprayed by police as they gathered in large and slow-moving queues prior to the showpiece match at the Stade de France.

US to send Ukraine precision guided weapons to bolster Ukraine forces in the country

The US is attempting to help Kyiv's war effort while not being seen as a direct belligerent

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could be firestarter of global economic woes

Developed countries could do much to help counterparts in the developing world weather the current storm

Shireen Abu Akleh’s murder hurts oppressed people

The journalist is among more than 50 reporters who have died at the hands of the Israeli regime and is remembered for bravely giving a voice to Palestinians

Musk says deal to buy Twitter ‘temporarily on hold’

The announcement sent shares in the social media giant plunging. 

Three decades after Pablo Escobar’s death, drugs ravage Medellin

With 2.2 million inhabitants, Medellin is today the city with the highest drug consumption - 15.5% - in Colombia

Abortions 101: Here’s the pills, tools and terms to know if you plan to terminate your pregnancy

The Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Act makes abortion legal in South Africa. But how far along your pregnancy is determines whether you can have an abortion, what type of termination would be best for you and who should perform it

Survivors of Russian bombings cling on in flattened flats

The Russian withdrawal in the first days of April left behind a hollow shell of a city

What would the end of Roe mean for Americans? Five key questions

The US Supreme Court's leaked draft decision to end the nationwide right to abortion would be one of the most explosive domestic political developments in a generation

Pope wants to meet Putin, compares Ukraine war to Rwanda

Pope Francis said in an interview published Tuesday that he requested a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin over Ukraine

Elon Musk launches hostile takeover bid for Twitter

Musk's latest move towards Twitter comes just days after he turned down a seat on the board following his acquisition of a 9.2 percent stake in the microblogging platform

South Africa should donate its spare Covid-19 vaccines

Doing so can bolster its soft power in the SACD region

Workers’ rights at the heart of Chile’s new constitutional convention

The larger class struggle in Chile is mirrored in the struggle for better working conditions for the workers who are rewriting the constitution

Europe is sleepwalking into another world war

Russia is at war with Ukraine because it is at war with Nato, which is commanded by the United States

Twitter moves to limit reach of Russian government accounts

‘We will not amplify o government accounts belonging to states that limit access to free information and are engaged in armed interstate conflict,’ the social network said

Black Coffee chats to the M&G about his Grammy win and ‘career milestones’

For the DJ who coined an authentic signature sound of Afropolitan house, Nkosinathi Maphumulo aka Black Coffee’s Grammy win signifies a milestone for African...

Climate justice requires women’s leadership

Only a third of leadership positions in climate-change negotiations are held by women, even though women are the most vulnerable to the worst effects of global warming